Communication with Steph Holloway
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Ascot Park Hotel,
Cnr Tay St & Racecourse Rd,
We invite you to come and spend a day with Steph Holloway. Steph is a leading body language authority in New Zealand, and has worked with over 1,200 businesses and 10,000 individuals in corporate and public events in NZ and around the world.
Steph’s passion is to help people understand their and their team’s style to enjoy better workplace communication and business success. Come to one, two, three or spend the whole day working on your skills to aid you and your team’s success. The choice is yours.
Session 1 – 8.30am-9.30am
Exploring where your communication style came from, self-reflection and what you ‘run’ off.
Session 2 – 9.45am-10.45am
How your thoughts become actions in your body language – powerful non-verbal strategies to become assertive and persuasive communicators.
Session 3 – 11am-12pm
Compassionate Assertiveness – it enables you to more freely express your thoughts, while incorporating the views and interests of those around you.
Session 4 – 1pm-2pm
Interpreting workplace behaviour, navigating situations using the right words for ‘re-programming’, and avoiding invisible communication.
Session 5 – 2.15pm-3.15pm
Knock your bad communication habits on the head once and for all.
Session 6 – 3.30pm-4.30pm
Courageous conversations with confidence to get the outcomes you need.
Mix & Match | Each one-hour session is $25+GST (Non members $35+GST) or register for the whole day (includes a light lunch for full day participants) for $165+GST (Non members $215+GST).
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